: views from the Hill

Monday, June 28, 2004

Back from ...

camp with something like seven pages of "to do."

Camp was its usual peaceful self.

Sunday night Rob Dunbar talked about global climate change and the research he's doing in Antarctica. Interesting stuff. Made me think of PJ for some odd reason.

Robert Sapolsky, a funny guy, talked Thursday night, giving a brief overview of the research covered in his book Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers. Sapolsky posits that stress has an adverse affect on our health and that we have way too many "to do" lists.

Be that as it may, I have to-do lists. In fact, I'd written up my to-do lists for my near and far futures Thursday before I heard the talk and found out to-do lists may be hazardous to my health.

Tops on my many pages of "to do" are the August column and getting Dale ready for market.

What else exciting happened while I was gone? Not much. The latest escrow is proceeding apace, which means I should get back to my to-do lists and stop frittering away time on the 'net.

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